I followed Jim Lawson's directions to simply open up the PGP Desktop
application, selected my user account (the only one listed), and changed
the password. This did allow me to log onto the PGP login with my new
NetID password, but once logged on, I still get two pop-up windows
asking for my PGP Passphrase that will only accept my old password.
So I tried following the steps documented in the blog posting (link
below), but am still having the problem that after I log in I get two
PGP Passphrase requests that only accept my old password. I found two
entries for the PGP Passphrase in the Keychain and deleted them both,
which didn't help either.
Every time I log in, I am prompted for the PGP Passphrase, and have to
enter the old password, twice.
On 10/14/2010 3:59 PM, Carol Caldwell-Edmonds wrote:
> We documented that process for the Helpline techs here:
> Look down the page for Mac OS. Would appreciate knowing if these steps
> are clear and easy to follow!
> Carol Caldwell-Edmonds,
> Enterprise Technology Services: Client Services
> Manager, UVM Computing Helpline and the Computer Depot Clinic
> University of Vermont
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> avatar by Shannon Edmonds
> never take yourself TOO seriously...
> artwork by Shannon Edmonds
> On 10/14/2010 3:50 PM, Helen Read wrote:
>> I recently changed my NetID password. My Dell laptop with PGP is
>> working fine with the single-sign on. The only thing I noticed after
>> changing the NetID password is that I had to logon once and pick which
>> user (administrator or my regular profile) the first time, and now it
>> is logging me onto my regular profile with single-sign.
>> I also have a Macbook Pro with PGP, and it will only recognize my old
>> NetID password. How do I get it to update this, so that I can log on
>> with my new NetID password?